According to STATS ICE, West Virginia's Stedman Bailey
made more "clutch receptions" in 2012 than any top draft-eligible receiver on a minimum of 100 targets.
"Clutch receptions" are defined as catches that went for a first down or touchdown. Scheme, quarterback play, and competition can affect stats like this, but it's still interesting that Bailey dominated the field with 72 "clutch" catches amongst 148 targets (48.6 percent). Next closest was Oregon State's Markus Wheaton, with 64 "clutch" catches on 141 passes his way (45.4 percent). Mar 29 - 6:12 PM